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NEWS Caffe Vita celebrates new Pioneer Square location with free coffee, pizza, music on April 1 (Seattle Times) April Fool's Day & The Feast of Fools! (First Thursday) Teattro Zinzanni coming to Caffe Umbria on First Thursday (also free!) from 6:30 - 8:30 Review: At Satori's 'Winky,' you'll shift...

Update: I have contacted Real Change and we have a meeting + tour planned. After talking with friends and coworkers, I realize that when I posted this a week or so ago, that I framed the conversation in the wrong way. I think Real Change is...

This Thursday, March 27th, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., the City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development, with City Council President Richard Conlin, will be hosting the third monthly City Business Casual after-hours event in downtown Seattle. This event may be of interest to neighborhood businesses...

According to the Seattle Police Department, the Pioneer Square “west” neighborhood, which includes everything west of 2nd Avenue Extension (not including my side of the street) is on par with North Lake Union (Fremont/Wallingford) in terms of “major crimes” – 630-1718 total incidents per square...

NEWS Sidewalk signs in Pioneer Square put businesses, city at odds (Seattle Times) City cracking down on sidewalk signs (see follow up post below) Pioneer Square coffee: Cherry Street warned about sidewalk board, Elliott Bay Cafe branches out (Seattle Times) I understand that this comes from the city --...